WLF has developed 100+ innovative technologies to capture and utilize every drop of water, and adapts these different techniques based on the need and the requirements of the considered property.  As a rule, WLF installs a model system in one area and then uses it to demonstrate the benefits of rainwater harvesting to other people in the community.

Sub soil Charging systems

Tree base agriculture: planting trees in fields to improve water percolating.

Infiltration wells: avoiding floodings and recharging the subsoil with rainwater and greywater.

Stream water harvesting:
building a sub-surface dam to create an underground water reservoir in a dry river valley.

Sub surface charging systems

Trench and pit:
enhancing the field capacity to store water by making underground reservoirs.

Patta Bunding: creating compartments to stop rainwater run off and thus increase soil moisture.

Other methodes: for dealing with limited water ressource.

Groundwater charging systems

Lake type Borewell Recharging:
Retaining the rainwater. On the lakeside, a borewell will be recharged by the percolated lake water.

Seepage recharge: conducting the seepage water to the groundwater through a borewell.

Sump type borewell recharging:
filtering rainwater in 6 stages and using it for the recharge of a borewell.

Roof rainwater harvesting

Roof rainwater harvesting:
collecting the water from the roof, filtering it and recharging a borewell.

On line filter:
perfect for small rooftop. This filter is simple, clever and efficient.

Galerie type filtration unit:
using only pressure to turn red, soiled water into a clean fluid.